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  • Frasier, with five wins in its first five seasons, set the record for most consecutive Emmy awards for Outstanding Comedy Series, a record that has since been matched by Modern Family.Sitcom-Wikipedia
  • The show itself was also nominated for an award as Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, but lost to the cast of Modern Family.Betty White-Wikipedia
  • However, in the age 18–49 demographic (the show's target age range), it was the second highest rated comedy, behind ABC's Modern Family.The Big Bang Theory-Wikipedia
  • More recently, Modern Family character Cameron Tucker has been shown as a Bears fan.Chicago Bears-Wikipedia
  • In 2011, she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Elka, but lost to Julie Bowen for Modern Family.Betty White-Wikipedia
  • In 2020 he guest starred in an episode of Modern Family and had a recurring role as James Staghorne Sr. on Briarpatch.Ed Asner-Wikipedia

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